Empowering Young Asian American Pacific Islander Women to Stop Sexual Violence

Empowering Young Asian American Pacific Islander Women to Stop Sexual Violence

As an active member of the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in St. Cloud, Minnesota, alumnus Amy Tran has committed herself to designing the tools essential to providing a substantive education on sexual health and violence to the demographic most afflicted by a lack thereof – young Asian American women.

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Spring 2017 Alumni Impact Award Winners Selected for the Professional Fellows Congress

Spring 2017 Alumni Impact Award Winners Selected for the Professional Fellows Congress

The Professional Fellows Program is pleased to announce the four spring 2017 Alumni Impact Award (AIA) recipients.

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Exchange Alumni Promote Cultural Heritage

Exchange Alumni Promote Cultural Heritage

Shared knowledge of Moldova’s rich cultural history is essential for the preservation of its national identity and this is precisely what Fulbright grant recipient, researcher, and historian Rachel Retaliatta seeks to promote.

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World Learning’s Global UGRAD April 2017 Newsletter

World Learning’s Global UGRAD April 2017 Newsletter

The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (UGRAD) Team at World Learning publishes a monthly newsletter for UGRAD alumni. View an excerpt from this month’s newsletter.

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Three Exchange Alumni Recognized as Emerging Young Leaders

Three Exchange Alumni Recognized as Emerging Young Leaders

Three of the winners of the U.S. State Department’s Emerging Young Leaders Award are alumni of State Department exchange programs.

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Department of State and Alumni - Working to Improve the World’s Health

Department of State and Alumni - Working to Improve the World’s Health

Thirty American exchange alumni met at “The New Frontiers of Global Health” seminar to share innovative and community-centered projects they piloted as well as best practices and new findings in the field of public health.

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